timothy from the press-4-to-hear-monkeys-screaming dept.
gardel writes "The open-source PBX is popular, powerful and affordable. But setting up and maintaining Asterisk in its distributed form is a technical challenge for even the most accomplished of geeks. Now, Voxilla reports, several new companies (more than 60, at last count), smelling a good business opportunity, offer simplified graphical front-ends for Asterisk. And more are on the way."
The reason that every major university maintains a department of
mathematics is that it's cheaper than institutionalizing all those people.